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July 31, 2015
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MS in Hand Jul 1st, 2015: 65. Received 28; Published 5; Rejected 19. In Hand End of Jul 69;
Manuscripts in Hand Jan 1st, 2015: 86; Received 244; Published 71; Rejected 190.

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Arkivoc 2015 Part (ii): A Commemorative Issue in Honor of Prof. Jürgen Martens
P-Chirogenic silylphosphine-boranes: synthesis and phospha-Michael reactions (JM-9189ZP) [pp. 109-131]
Eric Bonnefille, Arnaud Tessier, Hélène Cattey, Pierre Le Gendre and Sylvain Jugé
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Arkivoc 2015 Part (iv): Special Issue 'In recognition of the scientific achievements of Prof. Manfred Schlosser '
Synthesis, stereochemical characteristics, and coordination behavior of 2,2’-binaphthyl-1,1’-biisoquinoline as a new axially chiral bidentate ligand (MS-9069BP) [pp. 161-175]
Takahiro Kawatsu, Hiroki Tokushima, Yuya Takedomi, Tatsushi Imahori, Kazunobu Igawa, Katsuhiko Tomooka and Ryo Irie
Full Text: PDF (383K)
Arkivoc 2015 Part (v): General Papers
Synthesis of ethynylated biaryls and asymmetric diethynylated benzene via sequential Sonogashira and Suzuki couplings in water (15-9123YP) [pp. 334-349]
Hamdi M. Hassaneen, Kamal M. Dawood, Mohamed S. M. Ahmed, Hyam A. Abdelhadi and Mohamed A.-M. Mohamed
Full Text: PDF (145K)
Supplementary Material: PDF (5,445K)
Synthesis of novel AB2 monomers for the construction of highly branched macromolecular architectures (15-9144BP) [pp. 350-365]
Rebecca M. Triano, Matthew P. Tracey, Scott Pomarico, Michele L. Paccagnini, John R. Coombs, Tom P. Carberry and Amy M. Balija
Full Text: PDF (283K)
Supplementary Material: PDF (50K)
Novel synthesis of quinazolino[3,2-a][1,5]benzodiazepines: an experimental and computational study (15-9141QP) [pp. 366-382]
Gema Mikulskiene, Regina Janciene, Tomas Javorskis, Ausra Vektariene, Gytis Vektaris and Kazimieras Algirdas Klimavicius
Full Text: PDF (493K)
Supplementary Material: PDF (3,960K)
Arkivoc 2016 Part (ii): A Commemorative Issue in Honor of Jhillu Singh Yadav
A tribute to Dr. Jhillu S. Yadav (JY-1468KT) [pp. 1-8]
Srivari Chandrasekhar
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No issues were closed during July 2015.
No new issues were initiated during July 2015.
The 17th Annual Florida Heterocyclic and Synthetic Conference

The 17th Annual Florida Heterocyclic and Synthetic Conference will be held at the University of Florida in Gainesville, February 28 to March 2. FloHet-2016. Eleven plenary lectures, a short course, 50 invited lectures, 50 poster presentations, and an exposition are planned.

Plenary Lectures
Steven Ley, Cambridge University, UK Katritzky Memorial Lecture
Martin Burke, University of Illinois, USA
Naoto Chatani, Osaka University, Japan
Abigail Doyle, Princeton University, USA
Sabine Flitsch, University of Manchester, UK
Peer Kirsch, Merck KGaA, Germany
Nicholas Meanwell, Bristol-Myers Squibb, USA
John Porco, Boston University, USA
Kai Rossen, Sanofi, Germany
Richmond Sarpong, UC Berkeley, USA
Tony Zhang, Eli Lilly, USA

Short Course
Gordon Gribble, Dartmouth College, USA
A Cook’s Tour of Lithium, Palladium, Magnesium, Gold, and Copper in Heterocyclic Chemistry

This excursion endeavors to highlight the most important metals in the synthesis and reactions in heterocyclic chemistry: lithium, palladium, magnesium, gold, and copper. Coverage will stress applications of these metals to the synthesis of heterocycles and other molecules of importance. As appropriate, detailed reaction pathways and mechanisms will be presented.

CODESSA III

CODESSA III is a state-of-the art QSAR/QSPR program that works directly with Semichem’s AMPAC to generate predictive models from quantum chemical, electrostatic and topological descriptors. Every aspect of this product has been modernized and improved. Please visit www.semichem.com/codessa for details.

Forthcoming Conferences

25th ISHC Congress, August 23-28, 2015
UCSB, Santa Barbara, California, USA

Major Topics:
Synthesis of Heterocyclic Natural Products
Synthesis and Synthetic Utility of Heterocycles
Bioactive and Functional Heterocycles
ISHC President, Dan Comins; Congress Chair, Tom Pettus
www.ishc-web.org

International Congress on Heterocyclic Chemistry “KOST-2015” dedicated to 100 years anniversary of professor Alexei Kost will take place at Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow (Russian Federation), October 18-23, 2015
www.kost2015.ru

New Members
of the Arkivoc Editorial Board of Referees
Dr. Ganga Viswanathan Bhagavathy
United States
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Dr. Longchuan Huang
Germany
email
Prof Claudio Santi
Italy
email

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